S1-S3 Maths Tuition Online

Building on the basics


The first two years in high school are an important time when your child will reinforce and build on the basic maths skills that they learned in primary school. 


Having a sound understanding of the topics covered during these years will enable your child to approach their exam years with real confidence.


Whether your son or daughter is in an upper set and aiming for a grade A or is just wanting to pass their National 5 maths exam and be able to concentrate on other subjects , our experienced and teacher qualified tutors will help them every step of the way.




Online tuition for S1 & S3 Maths



Whether your child found maths tricky during primary school or found the move to high school maths a challenge, we can help them with:

  • Problem solving
  • Fractions, decimals & percentages
  • Algebra
  • Geometry and bearings
  • Statistics
  • Probability
  • Co-ordinates
  • Speed, distance, time

Our weekly Zoom, face-to-face secondary school maths tuition will help your child or teenager to become more confident in their skills and achieve higher grades. The tutors cover the topics required by the SQA and they are all qualified and experienced teachers who are registered and approved by Disclosure Scotland.

How it works


Our qualified tutors will identify your child’s strengths and weaknesses and develop a personal study plan for them. Their tailored plan will close any gaps in your son or daughter's knowledge and strengthen their skills. 


Your child will receive: 

  • a free first session to make sure that you are happy with the tutor.
  • one hour, weekly tuition sessions face to face with the tutor on Zoom.
  • the appropriate TeeJay text book for their level and online learning materials.
  • homework to reinforce their learning for the week.

To find out more about how we can help

your son or daughter call Heidi

on 07985 332008


Lilly S2

'One of the main benefits has been a boost to Lilly's confidence and less panic in class. If she is stuck, she knows she can ask Richard for help.'

Mrs S, Lilly's Mum, Kilmacolm